Learning Lounges allow delegates to meet in a small group with outstanding researchers and clinicians. The format is designed to facilitate informal discussions, allowing participants to present their questions and gain new insights.
No presentations will be given; instead, there is ample time for discussion, questions and a more interactive exchange with the expert member of the faculty and peers.
Learning Lounges are early morning sessions, which require separate pre-registration.
Sunday 18 June 2017 – 07:30-08:15
- LL 1 Rare Allergens: Problems in Diagnosis and AIT
- LL 2 Is BAT/CRD useful for diagnosis of Food Allergy
- LL 3 Ocular allergy: Differential diagnosis that you need to be aware of
- LL 4 Perioperative hypersensitivity: What to do when tests are negative
Monday 19 June 2017 – 07:00-07:45
- LL 5 Exercise-induced respiratory symptoms in athletes
- LL 6 Practical Approaches to the diagnosis of hypersensitivity to Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs
- LL 7 Drug allergy in children
- LL 8 Human innate lymphoid cells: Where are they and how can we detect them?
Tuesday 20 June 2017 – 07:30-08:15
- LL 9 A child with recurrent respiratory tract infections
- LL 10 How chest physicians approaches to suspected occupational work-related airway disease
- LL 11 Anti IgE for the treatment of chronic urticarial
- LL 12 Are oral food challenges still necessary for diagnosing food allergy?
- Regular Fee: EUR 35
- Reduced Fee*: EUR 20
*These are Special Rates (Students, Nurses, Dieticians, Laboratory Technicians): Status must be certified by a Head of Hospital / Department and must be submitted with registration. Pre-registration is required. PhD students, MD students or fellows in training are eligible for the student fee until the age of 35. Student status must be proven by a student ID or certified by a Head of Department and a copy of an ID card or passport must be submitted with the registration.
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